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Deer Creek Reservoir Sponsored by
Date 15-Apr-23
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Conditions : DEER CREEK RESERVOIR: The reservoir is thawing, with open water present from the Island day-use bay north to Charleston. Deer Creek State Park staff are working to get courtesy docks in place as soon as possible at both the Main and Island ramps. The state park warns boat anglers that floating ice sheets can move at any time, so launch at your own risk. The ice at the Main ramp is receding along the shoreline, giving shore anglers 15 to 20 feet of open fishable water. The Wallsburg arm is melted back towards the campground, giving shore anglers ample area to fish via the free walk-in parking lot/access trail.

Reported by: Utah D.W.R

Species Hatches: Patterns Lures & Spinners
  • Largemouth Bass
  • Rainbow Trout
  • Smallmouth Bass
  • Walleye

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About: - Deer Creek Reservoir Deer Creek State Park is located in the southwest corner of Heber Valley at about 5400 feet in elevation. The reservoir is approximately six miles long with a maximum surface area of 2,965 acres, a mean depth of 65 feet (maximum depth of 137 feet), and offers 18 miles of shoreline.

The reservoir consistently provides some of Utah's finest year-round fishing. One paved and three gravel boat ramps provide access to the deeper waters of the reservoir. Numerous access points from Highway 189 offer prime shore fishing. Since Deer Creek is well known for its strong summer winds, fishing is most successful in the early morning or evening hours. Fish cleaning stations provide additional conveniences and marinas offer boat rentals and some fishing gear.

Directions: All weather access from U.S. 189 southwest from Heber, Utah.

Misc Info: - Yellow perch limit is 10. Regulations: Trout limit 4 (statewide). Walleye limit 6 but only one can be over 20 inches. Bass limit 6. All bass over 12 inches must be immediately released.

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